Introduced to viewers in "Braxton Family Values," Tamar Braxton is the family's sassy youngest sister. This series follows Tamar and music mogul husband Vince Herbert, whom she married in 2008, in their relationship, which centers around her obsession with achieving instant pop stardom and his attempts to keep his sanity while trying to help her reach her goal. While they have an over-the-top lifestyle, Tamar has her hands full dealing with Vince's health issues, her stagnant music career, and pet dog Miracle, who constantly barks and relieves himself everywhere. Through the highs and lows, the couple are out to prove that a husband and wife can mix business with pleasure.
Mary Mary is a Grammy-winning gospel duo comprised of sisters Erica and Tina Campbell. The sisters are busy career women as they tour the country promoting their album and walking down Hollywood red carpets. But out of the spotlight, they are wives and mothers trying to balance family life with their superstar lifestyles. It's not easy for family members to work together -- especially when in the spotlight -- and over time, betrayals and other obstacles lead to Mary Mary separating and the ladies pursuing solo careers.
Although not necessarily a household name nationwide, Kim Kimble is one of the biggest names in Hollywood when it comes to hair. The celebrity hairstylist comes up with the hairstyles worn by many on Hollywood's A-list, including Grammy-winning singers Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige and Shakira. Her clientele also includes the not-so-famous through her successful retail product line and the exclusive Hollywood salon that she runs, Kimble Hair Studio. Staffed by talented but high-strung stylists, the salon is at the crux of this reality series that documents the stylists' fierce rivalry and desire to be on top. Also featured in the series is Kim's mother, Jasmine, a hairstylist and salon owner herself who encouraged her daughter to follow in the family's hairdressing legacy after recognizing Kim's talent at an early age.
Actors Tia and Tamera Mowry of the popular '90s sitcom "Sister, Sister" star in a reality series that documents their lives as they embark on new journeys and face their biggest challenges yet -- from pregnancies to weddings and how those events change their lives. At crossroads, they learn how to balance their careers with the pressures of their personal relationships and expanding responsibilities. But as the sisters' parenting and professional lives take them in different directions, the audience will see whether or not their relationship survives the challenges.
Rapper-turned-actor Ice-T adds another hyphen to his title: reality-TV star. The "Law & Order: SVU" actor stars in this reality show with his wife, model Coco -- a nickname she got at a young age when her brother mispronounced her real name, Nicole. The show follows the couple, along with pet bulldog Spartacus, as they make their way through the Hollywood social scene. Coco, who has been the woman behind the man and the heart of the family's brand in the first decade of the couple's marriage, sets her sights on establishing her own career in entertainment while maintaining balance in her marriage.
Being in the spotlight doesn't necessarily make life easier for reality TV stars and, in fact, often makes things harder for the celebrities. Oftentimes, their relationships suffer from the notoriety. In this series of the "Marriage Boot Camp" franchise, stars of such shows as "The Real Housewives" and "Bad Girls Club" seek help from therapists and other experts to prevent their personal relationships -- either romantic or familial -- from getting worse. The therapists put the celebs and their loved ones through their form of boot camp, testing them with challenges that include revealing some of their deepest secrets and personal woes.
The Atlanta housewives continue to live their fabulous lives in Georgia's capital city in this incarnation of the popular reality TV franchise. Relationships, a staple of the "Real Housewives" shows, take center stage as usual as the ladies' love lives experience ups and downs. The sassy women's entrepreneurial spirits are also in full bloom as they juggle their personal and professional lives, along with their busy personal calendars.
Males have dominated hip-hop, but gals are staking a claim in the genre. This docuseries -- whose producers include Grammy-winner T.I. -- showcases some women chasing dreams of being names in the rap game. Although the music business is a competition, the featured "femcees" have built a sisterhood that they want to continue while succeeding professionally. Music lifer Brianna Perry refuses to compromise femininity; former Crime Mob member Diamond hopes to expand beyond her music career; and gay Siya intends to remain unique.
Growing up with a famous parent isn't easy, as the children often have to work hard to emerge from their parents' shadows and gain independence -- especially if they want entertainment careers of their own. "Growing Up Hip Hop" documents the lives of a tight-knit group of friends, most of whom have at least one parent who is famous. Angela Simmons, the daughter of Run-D.M.C.'s Rev Run, is a model and fashion designer; Romeo Miller has followed in the footsteps of his father, Master P, in becoming a musician; entrepreneur Damon "Boogie" Dash is the son of former record executive Damon Dash; singer Kristinia DeBarge, the daughter of James DeBarge, struggles to choose between family and fame; TJ Mizell, a DJ whose father was Run-D.M.C. member Jam Master Jay, views Angela as family since both of their dads were in Run-D.M.C.; and aspiring singer Egypt Criss gets her talent from both mom and dad -- Pepa from Salt-N-Pepa and Treach from Naughty by Nature.
U.K. pop group The Wanted has found success in America since releasing its first single stateside in early 2012. This reality series follows the band members -- Max George, Siva Kaneswaran, Jay McGuiness, Tom Parker and Nathan Sykes -- through the recording of their new album as they work and play hard while living together in a home in California's Hollywood Hills. They learn how to navigate American culture -- including the dating scene -- while maintaining their pop-star status both in the U.S. and around the world.